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HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG5465.AM:  Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division



Yearbooks:  1935-1943

Nebraska

Size:  Nine items



BACKGROUND NOTE



Founded in 1917, the Nebraska Power Company was one of many electric utility companies in Nebraska.  On June 1, 1917, the newly formed company acquired the property of the Omaha Electric Light and Power Company.  The Nebraska Power Company operated until 1946 when the Nebraska state legislature formed the Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) as a political subdivision of the state.  At that time, the OPPD acquired the properties operated by the Nebraska Power Company.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The collection consists of nine yearbooks of the Women’s Division of the Nebraska Power Company.  The yearbooks include names of officers, a roster of members, members serving on various standing committees and the meeting program schedule for each year.  The yearbooks date between 1935 and 1943.



INVENTORY



Item




    1. Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division yearbook, 1935

    1. Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division yearbook, 1936

    1. Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division yearbook, 1937

    1. Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division yearbook, 1938

    1. Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division yearbook, 1939

    1. Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division yearbook, 1940

    1. Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division yearbook, 1941

    1. Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division yearbook, 1942

    1. Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division yearbook, 1943



 



Subject headings:



Nebraska Power Company. Women’s Division

Public utility companies — Nebraska

Women — Employment — Nebraska



 



TMM      01-28-2021